Yo Gotti is one of the few rappers who has achieved mainstream success after many years of underground activity and has maintained it well into the 2020s. Ten years after the North Memphis native debuted on cassette, he first touched the Top Ten of Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart with Back 2 da Basics (2006), and has since strung together Top Ten pop entries including I Am (2013), The Art of Hustle (2016), I Still Am (2017), and Untrapped (2020). While no one would classify the gruff street hustler as a pop-rapper, Gotti has often achieved gold and platinum status, counting “Down in the DM,” the number eight Hot 100 hit “Rake It Up,” and “Put a Date on It” among his biggest RIAA-certified singles. Originally known as Lil Yo, Yo Gotti (born Mario Mims) made a name for himself during the ’90s when he was a teenager. Performing in and …
There are a few things Yo Gotti can’t live without when he hits the road. From his PUMA sneakers to his watch collection, these are Yo Gotti’s travel essentials.
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